Enterprise Agreement Multiple Tenants

You can add multiple domains to an azure/office365 account, because all accounts are the “true” ISSN suffix, etching as follows. NOTE: On instructions from UW Provost and UW CIO, UW-IT recognizes all Azure AD customers provided in the DNS domain uw.edu or washington.edu and may take control of that customer to protect the interests of the University of Washington. To test pruposen (we typically have local test and acceptance environments), we need to set up two separate permanent customers to test integrations with our local testing and acceptance infrastructures and solutions. Below is a detailed breakdown and summary of a Global Office 365 customer versus multiple customers. This presupposes the existence of two or more agreements. We help you analyze if there is a way to use the Azure AD UW backend. If not, we`ll consider whether UW-IT should manage your Azure AD tenant or delegate administration to you. We can also consider whether it is possible to add your Azure AD tenant to the UW Enterprise contract. Misunderstandings between several customers It`s not that simple. It`s misleading to attribute to Multi-Tenancy only public clouds: “Multi-Tenancy” in cloud computing is more about application and workload than about multiple co-tenant companies. Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop customers and Azure AD B2C customers are not covered or limited by this guide.

I would also like to recommend that you check out the “Azure Enterprise Scaffold”. If you want to manage your Azure subscriptions, this is a very valuable asset! This is an awesome article. I had a connection question. In the scenario where resources need to be moved between clients, the same bypass can be used when the “by” subscription is running under an EA record and the “an” subscription is a paid as-you-go subscription owned by another customer. Note that you must repeat the process (including the reseller request) for each customer if your customer wants to transfer multiple subscriptions from multiple customers. A customer is the organization that owns and manages a specific instance of Microsoft cloud services. It is most often used imprecisely to refer to all Azure AD and Office 365 services for an organization, z.B. “We configured our customer this way.” A particular organization may have a lot of customers (the UW does), and if so, the customer`s central domain name is normally used to eliminate ambiguities. .

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